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Sorry about the title not being very clear, I can't think of a good way to phrase it. Please feel free to edit it to be more clear.

The Community user recently bumped this question (presumably because it doesn't have an accepted answer). I noticed that it is tagged with the tag - and it is the only one tagged that way.

For those of you who don't know, there is a game on the Google Play store called Pixel Dungeon whose code was open-sourced. This was the original version of the game. Because the code was released, there have been several different variations of the original released on the play store - Shattered Pixel Dungeon, Remixed Pixel Dungeon, Unleashed Pixel Dungeon... the list goes on and on. Soft Pixel Dungeon is one of these variations.

Since we do have a populated tag, I am unsure how to handle the tags on this question. My initial feeling would be to retag with the "base" Pixel Dungeon tag and add the tag. However, since each of these PD variations are technically standalone apps, they might not be considered direct mods. What is the consensus on this situation?

  • Are they the same game? What similarities/differences are there? – Ash Dec 13 '16 at 22:30
  • All the variations are based off of the same initial source code. I haven't played this "Soft" version specifically, but I have played some of the others, and the gameplay is mostly the same for all of them. They usually just have difficulty tweaks or additions of levels/items/monsters. – Mage Xy Dec 13 '16 at 22:33
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The variations are standalone apps on the store. The variations tend to add new levels, items and monsters. I feel this warrants a tag specific to this variation, as already done.

Therefore, there is nothing to do other than add relevant info to the tag itself.

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